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Captain T.C. Park's Company, Local Defense Troops      
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Mark Caldwell - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mark Caldwell
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Date Added:  10/6/2010
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Gilson Oliver (Ollie) Collins - Private   
Eastern Tennessee bridge burner. Escaped to Kentucky and joined 2nd Tenn. Union Infantry with his brother Watson (also a bridge burner). Later joined Gen. George Stoneman as a captain on his raid into NC and Va.
Contact Name:  Bill Collins
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Date Added:  1/13/2008
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Watson Collins - Private   
East Tennessee bridge burner. Brother of Gilson Oliver (Ollie) Collins. Captured at Battle of Rogersville and imprisoned at Andersonville, Ga. Died there of scurvy July 4, 1864.
Contact Name:  Bill Collins
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Date Added:  1/13/2008
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WILLIAM H DRIVER - Unknown   
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Contact Name:  JIM DRIVER
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Date Added:  7/19/2016
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Toliver Jenkins - Private   
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Contact Name:  William Wilson
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Date Added:  7/14/2015
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rufus lee mize - Unknown   
anyone with any info on this person please contact me. He was my ggg grandfather.
Contact Name:  annette mize davis
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Date Added:  6/15/2009
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John C Moss - Private   
Captured at Rogersville, TN. Buried at Andersonville.
Contact Name:  Jody Haight
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Date Added:  9/18/2010
Company A
Alvis Duncan Hicks - Private   
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Contact Name:  Garry Nation
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Contact Homepage:  http://pages.suddenlink.net/gnation/Home.html
Date Added:  2/11/2012
Company A
Andrew Nelson Hope - Private   
ANDREW NELSON HOPE - Born August of 1841 to Hale Hardin Hope and Nancy Matilda Goddard. He and his brother (Gabriel) David Lawson Hope fought in the 2nd Tennessee together. The only story that was passed down from his time in the service - During the Battle of Rogersville, where most men of the unit were taken POW, Andrew avoided capture by riding his horse across Big Creek. During his bold escape, Rebels noticed Andrew and saw him as an easy target. They shot at him from across the creek, with one of the shots striking him in the left breast. However Andrew did not die, as a plug of Brown's Mule Chewing Tobacco saved his life when the bullet hit that instead of himself. 1 of only 240 men to escape that day. There was no mention of his service after that at all other than he was listed as 'Deserted' on September 30, 1864 - a few short months after the death of his brother in Augusta, Georgia. Andrew Hope died in November of 1911 and was buried in the Forest Hills Cemetery. Up until February 14, 2017, he did not have a tombstone. Now he has a very nice, marble standing rock, showing his name, rank, and unit.
Contact Name:  Jacob
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Date Added:  2/11/2018
Company A
Gabriel David Lawson Hope - Private   
David was the first out of 3 Hope boys from his family to fight. He was part of the 2nd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry - Company A, along with his brother Andrew Nelson Hope.

David, like many of the 2nd Tennessee men, (but ironically not his brother Andrew) was captured on November 6, 1863 in Rogersville, Hawkins, Tennessee. From there David was taken to the notorious Belle Isle Prison and was held at that establishment from mid-November 1863 to late February 1864. After that, he was going to be transferred to the infamous Andersonville Prison, (A place where A LOT of these 2nd Tennessee men would perish) but he would never even see the gates. David was taken as a sick POW in Augusta, GA in March 1864, and died March 10, 1864 when he was 22. He left behind a 1 yr old son and a young wife. The name Gabriel is inferred from the 1850 Hope family census, this was the only time where he was called Gabriel. Most times he is called David or D.L. Hope. This is a very small bio of him, email me if you are interested and I can give A LOT more detail.
Contact Name:  Jacob
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Date Added:  6/28/2016
Company C
Joseph Monroe Andrews - Private   
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Contact Name:  Carrie Andrews
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Date Added:  8/25/2008
Company D
Emerson Looper - Private   
Died June 19, 1864, at Andersonville. His brother John survived.
Contact Name:  Ed Lengel
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Date Added:  2/28/2009
Company D
John M. Looper - Private   
John Looper enlisted on 20 May 1862, and enrolled on 10 July 1862 at Huntsville for a three-year term in the U.S. Army, 2nd Tennessee Infantry. After a number of engagements, including the occupation of Cumberland Gap in the summer and autumn 1862; the Battle of Stones River, 2-3 Jan. 1863; Buffington Island and Salineville, 19 and 26 July 1863 (capture of Morgan's raiders); and the Battle of Blue Springs 10 Oct. 1863, Looper was captured with most of his regiment at the Battle of Rogersville, Tenn., on 6 Nov. 1863. He was imprisoned at Richmond's Belle's Isle later that month, spent a hard winter on open ground without fires and only one ragged blanket to sleep on, and was sent to Andersonville Prison in Georgia on 18 February 1864. We know little of his experiences there, except that his brother Emerson, who had enlisted with him, died there of dysentery on 19 June 1864, and that family tradition says he had to eat rats to survive and that his bones were sticking through his skin. John was paroled to Charleston, S.C., on 10 Dec. 1864, and exchanged at Annapolis, Md., on 23 Feb. 1865. After his exchange he went via Baltimore and Cincinnati to Nicholasville, Ky., and then walked part of the way to Somerset, Ky., not making more than 4 miles some days because of weakness. He did not serve again, and was discharged on 19 June 1865 at Knoxville, Tenn.

If he hadn't survived, I wouldn't have been born!
Contact Name:  Ed Lengel
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Date Added:  2/28/2009
Company D
Lafayette Stone - Private   
He was buried as a Confederate Soldier but was a loyal Union Soldier who spent 14 months at Andersonville Prison. In 2004 his headstone was changed to reflect who he really fought for.
Contact Name:  Brad Stone
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Date Added:  9/24/2005
Company E
Charles Campbell - Private   
Captured at Rogersville. Confined at Belle Isle. Admitted to Howard Grove Hospital in Richmond with small pox 10 Mar 1864 Returned to prison 25 April 1864. Admitted to Hospital at Richmond VA with scurvy 25 April 1864. Paroled at Aikens Landing VA 8 May 1864

Contact Name: Larry Campbell
Contact Name:  Larry Campbell
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Date Added:  4/2/2010
Company F
Daniel William Hixson - Private   
Daniel and his brother John were mustered in Murfreesboro 6/16/1862, captured at Rogersville 11/6/1863. Both held prisoner, first in Richmond, Va. then then taken to Andersonville, Ga. Both died and were buried at the camp: Daniel on 5/31/1864 grave no 1491 sec. K, John on 4/23/1864 grave no. 682 sec. K.
Contact Name:  Daniel W. Hixson
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Date Added:  2/22/2012
Company F
John Hixson - Private   
Reference Pvt. Daniel William Hixson.
Contact Name:  Daniel W. Hixson
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Date Added:  2/22/2012
Company F
Ephraim Hughes - Private   
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Contact Name:  Tera Hughes Byard
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Date Added:  3/22/2008
Company F
William Hughes - Corporal   
William and his brother Ephraim Hughes were caught in Rogersville, TN on November 6 1863 and were taken to Andersonville prison were they died. Ephraim died on May 2 1864. William died on August 23 1864.
Contact Name:  Tera Hughes Byard
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Date Added:  3/22/2008
Company F
Emanuel Wilhoit - 1st Lieutenant   
Mustered in 26 Oct 1861 at Camp Wildcat KY, 1st Lieut. Captured at Rogersville about 6 Nov 1863. Confined at Libby Prison in Richmond VA. As being transported by train to Macon GA on 7 May 1864, he escaped 15 May 1864 by jumping from the train with another prisoner. Ate buds off trees and handouts from Union sympathizers. Got back to Union lines after a month of dodging the Confederacy. Mustered out 6 Oct 1864 at Knoxville, TN. Died at age 79 from diseases contracted in prison camps.
Contact Name:  S Coffman
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Date Added:  10/6/2011
Company G
Franklin Caldwell - Private   
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Contact Name:  George Timmons
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Date Added:  1/6/2010
Company G
John Rothleiter Greer - Private   
John Rothleiter Greer was born in 1840 in Bavaria, Germany. He immigrated to the United States in the 1850's and moved to East TN. He took the last name Greer after his mother re-married. He enlisted in Company G, 2nd U.S. TN Infantry Regiment on 25 Oct 1861 at Camp Dick Robinson in Knoxville, TN. Captured by Confederate forces on 6 Nov 1863 at Rogersville, TN. Held at Belle Isle, VA and Andersonville, GA as prisoner. Received honorable discharge from Camp Chase, OH on 20 Mar 1865. Married Elizabeth Bosemer on 8 Jun 1870 in Louisville, KY. John Greer died in 1922 in Louisville, KY, and was buried at the Reheboth Cemetery in Laconia, Indiana.

Many of the Andersonville survivors from the regiment were killed on the S.S. Sultana steamboat explosion on April 27, 1865 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Contact Name:  Don Taylor
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Date Added:  10/22/2007
Company G
Amos McDonald - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Steve McDonald
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Date Added:  3/6/2010
Company G
James McDonald - 1st Lieutenant   
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Contact Name:  Steve McDonald
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Date Added:  3/6/2010
Company G
James McDonald - Private   
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Contact Name:  Steve McDonald
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Date Added:  3/6/2010
Company G
Samuel McDonald - 1st Sergeant   
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Contact Name:  Steve McDonald
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Date Added:  3/6/2010
Company G
Joseph Thomas - Private   
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Contact Name:  Linda Sexton Nusbaum
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Date Added:  8/23/2013
Company G
William Thomas - Private   
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Contact Name:  Linda Sexton Nusbaum
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Date Added:  8/23/2013
Company H
Gilbert Delk - Private   
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Contact Name:  Mark Browning
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Date Added:  6/8/2011
Company H
Ezekiel E England - Sergeant   
My Great Great Grandfather was Ezekiel England. He enlisted as a Sgt., was reduced in rank later due to poor health. He was captured in Richmond in Nov., 1863. He died shortly after he was transferred to Andersonville Prison in early 1864.
Contact Name:  Michelle Cowen
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Contact Homepage:  shel.cowen@yahoo.com
Date Added:  10/25/2017
Company H
William Albert Hyde - Private   
My great grandfather fought for the Union. He lived in Winston County Alabama. He was married to Mary Elizabeth (Gibbs)Hyde and she got a pension
Contact Name:  Debra Hyde Fuller
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Date Added:  6/25/2018
Company H
John Wesley McLin - Private   
My great great grandfather. He died at Andersonville Prison.
Contact Name:  Robin Mattingly
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Contact Homepage:  none
Date Added:  2/15/2012
Company H
Thomas Henry Miller - Private   
Was told by my Mother that Pvt. Miller transferred to Co H 16th Veterans Reserve on June 23rd, 1864. Enlisted at Camp Cumberland Ford on March 11, 1862. Prisoner of war and paroled. I have not been able to find any information to corroborate this.
Contact Name:  Julie Lewis
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Date Added:  4/19/2017
Company H
Daniel Myers - Sergeant   
Daniel enlisted as a pvt. and was later given role of Sgt. He died along with a brother in law Ezekiel E England and two of his brothers all captured and sent to Andersonville. All died in 1864.
Contact Name:  Michelle Cowen
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Contact Homepage:  shel.cowen@yahoo.com
Date Added:  10/25/2017
Company H
John Myers - Unknown   
My Great Uncle John enlisted in 2nd TN inf. Co. H and was captured in Richmond in 1863. He died at Andersonville in June 1864 along with his two brothers, Daniel and William.
Contact Name:  Michelle Cowen
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Contact Homepage:  shel.cowen@yahoo.com
Date Added:  10/25/2017
Company H
William Myers - Private   
William was my Great Uncle who was captured and died at Andersonville with his brothers, Daniel and John Myers all died in the year 1864. (Also deceased their brother in law, Sgt. Ezekiel England, same year same prison)
Contact Name:  Michelle Cowen
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Contact Homepage:  shel.cowen@yahoo.com
Date Added:  10/25/2017
Company I
Robert J Allen - 1st Lieutenant   
don't own a computer library.Can be reach at 434-293-6880 or 434-249-5217
Contact Name:  Phillip Lavinus
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Date Added:  3/9/2010
Company K
Isaac Thomas - Private   
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Contact Name:  Linda Sexton Nusbaum
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Date Added:  8/23/2013
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